Looking for more training material in the field of 3D modeling? You might want to try Eric Miller’s Introduction to Maxon Bodypaint 3D. Running at 8 hours’ worth of material. It should be able to get you up to speed with today’s 3D painting applications. Tailored for users of all experience levels, it aims to be one of the most comprehensive instructional tools for 3D artists out in the market today.
Once this technology becomes widespread, think of the advertising and display possibilities it could bring…
3D overkill: If you thought Toshiba’s 20-inch naked-eye 3D TV is cool, think again: Japan’s NICT (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology) has developed a projector system [JP] that makes it possible to produce 200-inch 3D pictures that can be viewed without having to wear 3D glasses.
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Thanks, to British-Canadian artist David Spriggs, it’s now possible to experience viewing 3D images without the need for a expensive 3D-capable display and glasses.
By working with acrylic and layered plastic sheets, David Spriggs is able to achieve a 3-dimensional effect for what are technically just layered semi-transparent works. You can go to his personal website to view more of his work, which mostly sits on the haunting and ethereal side of things.